Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

 
 

Syrian regime launched an attack on Aug. 21 that involved a 'massive use of chemical agents': French Intel Report
Staff Reporter
The French government, on its Web site, published an intelligence report summarizing Syria's chemical weapons program that found that at least 281 deaths could be attributed to the attack in rebel-held areas outside Damascus.
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India has to repay $172 billion debt by March 2014 - Will India pledge its gold to secure IMF loan?
Sudhir Chadda
Indiaís short-term debt maturing within a year stood at $172 billion end-March 2013. This means the country will have to pay back $172 billion by March 31, 2014.
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Asaram - a criminal or a victim of Congress party conspiracy?
Staff Reporter
One thing is for certain Indian media has not treated Asaram as someone who is not guilty till proven so in the court. The assumption by Indian mainstream media has been - he is a culprit and needs punishment.
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Indian Army afraid of Chinese border forces in LAC at Daulet Beg Oldi (DBO) sector, Depsang Bulge and Chumar?
Staff Reporter
Chinese border forces are refusing Indian Jawans to patrol Indian territory at the Line of Actual Control.
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Saudi's support Kerry, Russia, Iran urges restraint on Syria
Staff Reporter
Saudis applaud the move. Russians deplore. Escorted by four destroyers and a cruiser, the U.S. nuclear powered aircraft carrier, Nimitz manoeuvred its course from the Arabian Sea in the direction of Red Sea.
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Brazil upset over American attempt to collect content from Brazilian President's phones, emails, and texts
Staff Reporter
The latest NSA revelation has sparked an outrage in Brazil. On Sunday night, reacting to the report, Brazilís Justice Minister Eduardo Cardozo called it 'very serious' .
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An innocent mistake or ignorance - British PM embarrasses India
Sandeep Lal
British Prime Minister David Cameron named India among the countries which had blamed Syria's Assad for the deadly chemical attack.
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IBM reports patterning an array of carbon nanotubes on a silicon wafer resulting hybrid chips with more than 10,000 functioning transistors
Tech Release
IBM scientists say their breakthrough promises to guarantee the sustained shrinkage of basic digital switches for more than 10 years.
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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looked graceful in Cannes
Pam Bhandari
Though the actor was criticized for her weight gain, Ash managed to look gorgeous, thanks to her sartorial choice. Her hairdo was just right for her in Cannes.
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